Altavilla Promoted to COO of Suneva Medical
Suneva Medical has promoted industry veteran and vice president of sales and marketing, Patricia Altavilla to chief operating officer. Altavilla joined Suneva Medical in October 2016 and brings more than 30 years experience in the aesthetics and medical fields to the position.
Previously, she served as VP of international sales and worldwide marketing for Mentor Corporation, VP of sales, marketing and operations at The Plastic Surgery Company, and VP of global marketing at BioForm Medical.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such an innovative company like Suneva Medical. We have come a long way over the past two years and are leading the conversation in a rapidly changing landscape. With our fearless board of leaders and tremendous insights into the market, we will continue to pave the path for this company and a new category in aesthetics," said Altavilla.
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